Czech Republic

Prague the royal

The city of hundred towers and steeples, the golden city are some of the many names that are given for Prague. Historically, Prague is unique, famous, sublime city, and makes the heart beat for poets, painters and photographers. She is indefinable: Dark and Lyric for Kafka, Magic and mysterious for Meyrink, beautiful and haunting for Rilke and in turn she may be nostalgia or happiness, passion and lightness. In fact Prague is certainly one the most beautiful cities all over the world but she was behind the iron wall for four decades. However she keeps its incomparable splendor. Be sure you visit this extraordinary place which it is impossible to remain indifferent because in the words of Kafka, «Prague does not let go the one who discovered her ».

Prague Castle and St. Vitus Cathedral

The Prague Castle was the residence of kings and emperors who ruled in this land. Considered one of the largest castles, you can find the St. Vitus Cathedral inside (Whose towers are visible throughout Prague) and the crown jewels of Bohemia.

Charles Bridge and the 30 Statues

Symbol of the city of Prague, it remained the only bridge over the Vltava until XVIII Century. One statue surmounts each bridge pier and remembers the religious history of city. The oldest statue is St Nepomuk, thrown from the bridge in 139 by the king himself.

Wenceslas Square

The name of the square comes to old leader of Czech: Bohemian Wenceslas 1st. Formerly a horse market in the Middle Ages, this is the symbol of modern Prague bounded shopping boutiques, leading to the national Museum nowadays.

The National Theater

From a neo-recognition, the National Theater in Prague was opened June 11, 1881 and funded in part by the Czech people and the sovereign himself. Its architect, Joseph Zítek let the younger Czech generation decorate its ways its interior. This Theater is one of the great symbol of the Czech people and the assertion of its independence.

The dancing house

The Dancing House is the joint work of two architects Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunic. Located on the riverside of the Vltava, it was completed in 1996. It takes its name from these two overlapping parts, recalling the figure of a dancing couple.


Whether you are looking for a luxury hotel, a charming hotel, Prague is full of possibilities.


For a meeting of 10 or a conference of 5,000 participants, the offer is very varied and will undoubtedly answers of your expectations.


Prague offers a multitude of possibilities that will delight the most delicate palets : Traditional Czech cuisine, gala dinner or star restaurant.

Team Building

Do you want to strengthen the bonds of your teams, create a challenge or whatever your goal, our diverse and varied activities to meet your needs.


Prague is well connected from France, Belgium, Switzerland and Luxembourg. IATA member, we will gladly take care of your tickets and charter.

Direct daily flights to Prague (2012) It takes about 1:30 flight (from Paris).
Paris 10
Lyon 1
Marseille 1
Mulhouse 1
Strasbourg 2
Brussels 5
Geneva 2

The airport is about 20 to 30 minutes drive from downtown.

Area: 78 870 km²
Capital: Prague (1.26 million inhabitants)
Population: 10.5 million inhabitants
Czechs (81%), Moravian (13%), Slovaks (3%), other (3%), nearly 75% urbanized
Currency: Czech koruna (Kc). In May 2012, 1 euro is equivalent to 25 Kc
Languages: Czech (official), Slovak, German, Roma


Czech cuisine uses a lot of fried or roasted meat, usually pork or beef. Everything is served with dumplings, potatoes or rice in a sauce. Desserts such as fruit dumplings, strudel and other pancakes are also popular.

Nobody should miss to taste Czech beer. The best known are Pilsner Urquell, Prague Staropramen and Budweiser Budvar. The Moravian wine and Czech spirits Becherovka, Slivovice Borovička and are also appreciated. However, Prague is full of restaurants with international cooking.


The Bohemian glass, crystal and porcelain, ceramics, wooden toys, local crafts


  • 1st January - New Year's Day,
  • Easter Monday May 1 - May Day
  • 8 May - Liberation Day,
  • July 5 - Feast of Saints Cyril and Methodius
  • July 6 - July Jan Hus
  • September 28 - St. Wenceslas,
  • October 28 - Independence Day,
  • 17 November - Velvet Revolution,
  • December 24 – Christmas
  • December 25 - Christmas Day,
  • December 26 – After Christmas Day


February: Carnival in Prague

2nd half of May: International Music Festival in Prague (Prague Spring).

June-July: International Folklore Festival in Strážnice.

July: International Film Festival in Karlovy Vary (every 2 years, even years).

August: Motorcycle Grand Prix in Brno.

Karlovy Vary

(Carlsbad in German) is a city and a spa town located in the western part of the Czech Republic. The city is named after Charles IV, who visited the place in the 1370s. It is historically famous for its hot springs (12 main springs and about 300 secondary). The city is perhaps known for the international film festival. Karlovy Vary is also the place where the famous liqueur Becherovka Karlovarská is produced and bottled.

Karlovy Vary is a spa town with its numerous hotels to accommodate spa guests and festival goers during the International Film Festival Karlovy Vary in early July. The most famous is the Grand Hotel Pupp. The Church of St. Andrew Orthodox Church St. Peter and St. Paul, the Municipal Theatre, the Mill Colonnade (Mlynska kolonada) and the Church of St. Mary Magdalene are some of the major high- monuments in Karlovy Vary. The spa town is surrounded by a beautiful and romantic mountain, with the Métaliffères Mountains. Finally miles of forest trails lead along the wooded hillsides, offering many superb walks and panoramic views of the valley.

Ceske Budejovice

The city of Ceske Budejovice was founded in 1265 by King Premysl Otakar II at the confluence of rivers Vltava and Malše. The city is designed on a checkerboard. She kept the Dominican convent thirteenth century with the church of the Presentation- of-the-virgin where in recent years of important Gothic frescoes were uncovered. Nearby, in the Renaissance decoration of local historical Masne Krámy you can enjoy the local cuisine. The dominant characteristic of the town is the Black Tower, Gothic and Renaissance, 72 m high, which offering breathtaking views of the city and its surroundings. On the main square of a square area of ​​1 ha stands the Samson fountain, one of the largest fountains in the Czech lands. In the years 1825-1832, the first horse-drawn railway was built on the European continent in between České Budějovice and Linz

Cesky Krumlov

Český Krumlov is a unique architectural jewel by the fact that the city is listed on cultural heritage by UNESCO since 1992. The unique complex of town houses dating from the sixteenth century and especially the vast walls of the castle, which is the second largest castle in the country after Prague, developed above the meanders of the Vltava. The historic residence of the family of Rosenberg has a series of buildings making up the castle that you can find: the famous Hall of Masquerades, the extraordinary baroque theater recently opened to the public, the garden with a Rococo fountain and pavilion housing a craft Bellarie amphitheater where there are seasonal theater performances. The church of St. Vitus, the original Gothic major achievement of South Bohemia, is the symbol of the city. An unusual atmosphere reigns in the streets also thanks to the many cultural events that have already acquired a reputation in the world: International Music Festival, Early Music Festival, exhibitions at the International Egon Schiele, Celebrations of five-petalled rose.